One cast member on Little People, Big World just dropped some big news. News that involves when we will see them again.
Earlier this week, Tori Roloff was asked by fans when her family's beloved reality show was going to return with new episodes.
Zach's wife did not have an exact premiere date to announce, but she provided followers with the most extensive update yet.
“This Spring! Stay tuned! We are almost wrapped," she wrote in response.
Yes! We're so very glad to hear this!
There had been chatter awhile back that Little People, Big World was on the verge of being canceled after a historic run on TLC.
Seeing as the network had not confirmed a renewal - and also that two key stars have said their goodbyes - it seemed plausible.
Shortly after the previous season concluded, Audrey and Jeremy Roloff stunned viewers by saying they were done with the series that made them famous.
For what reason?
On a reason podcast episode, Audrey admitted that the dynamic of the show changed over the past few years and that the couple nearly walked away before they got married.
"We almost didn't film our wedding," she revealed on air. "We almost made the decision to stop then, five years ago."
For his part, Jeremy wasn't looking for sympathy.
He's well aware that he and his wife have it pretty great and always have. But still. Being in front of a camera does take its toll after all these episodes.
"There's a lot of mental energy that people underestimate when it comes to filming and being on TV," he said on this same podcast.
Elsewhere, Matt Roloff now lives part-time in Arizona.
He may soon get engaged to girlfriend Caryn Chandler and Amy Roloff may soon get engaged to boyfriend Chris Marek.
These relationships could provide the program with lots of storyline fodder -- or they could mean that it's time for the plug to be pulled.
Because the Roloffs are becoming a far more splintered unit, one has to think it may not last much longer.
Thankfully, for now at least, it appears as if TLC is choosing the former (more stories) as a direction to go in.
Tori, meanwhile, has made it clear for months that she and Zach are down for many more seasons.
In honor of Christmas last month, she shared the above photo of herself and her son and got all gushy and sentimenal for the holidays.
This is what she wrote:
Today is always such a bittersweet day.
Bitter because it’s the end of another beautiful holiday season and year. Sweet because I have the opportunity to reflect on my life and all that I have to be grateful for.
This kid takes center stage of my heart daily.
He brings me so much joy and love. I am so grateful to God for the blessings he has given to my family.
I hope you can find time between today and New Years to really give thanks to our savior for what you have in your life.
I know this time of year can be really hard for some but I hope you dig deep to find things that you’re thankful for-it’s good for the soul and keeps you moving.
Happy holidays friends! Here’s to one great holiday season.
Are you excited for new episodes of Little People, Big World?